The 10th in the series of Future Internet Assembly (FIA) conferences takes place on 8-10th May, 2013 in Dublin, Ireland.
The Future Internet Assembly is a research community driven initiative supported by more than 150 research projects that have recognised the need to strengthen European activities on the Future Internet to maintain European competitiveness in the global marketplace.
From the trust and security perspective, there is a dedicated session entitled How far do we have to go to make the Future Internet (FI) Secure? Research challenges and perspectives for the FI. Additional information on this session can be found at http://www.fi-dublin.eu/how-far-do-we-have-to-go-to-make-the-future-internet-secure/.
The session will be co-organised by the BIC, NESSoS and SECCORD projects and will engage EU and international researchers across the breadth of Future Internet (FI) trust and security research.
A flyer on the event can be found here –> FIA Dublin 2013 – Information Flyer.
Please Note: The FIA Dublin 2013 programme offers special rates for students.